At least: Fully half of the volunteers did not appear. (adverb)
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Use "fully" in a sentence
"_property_, at the DISCRETION of those who held _or fully represented_ the sovereign authority; -- and that _these_ rights are _fully_ delegated"
"If you want to claim that Jesus was both fully human and fully divine, then try to turn around and say that he could have limitations and learn yet not be wrong, then you're either playing fast and loose with the term fully or the term human."
"Is it possible to think somewhere down the line you could use the term fully recovered?"